The government will invest £320 million over the next five years to take low carbon heat and supply it to keep homes and businesses warm.

The City of Edinburgh Council has approved a report on the Edinburgh and the South East of Scotland City Region Deal.

Barking and Dagenham Council has launched its own ‘right to invest’ plan, to enable tenants to buy a stake in their home.

Arun, Chichester and Horsham District Councils are exploring plans to share services in a bid to save £2 million a year and improve services.

850,000 new jobs could be available in the north of England because of the Northern Powerhouse devolution programme, review says.

West Yorkshire Combined Authority’s CityConnect team has developed a new safe and segregated nine mile cycle superhighway.

Official figures have shown that councils are planning to use £1.9 billion of cash reserves in order to fund services for the next financial year.

The Transport Select Committee (TSC) has called on the government to scrap its plans to convert more hard shoulders into permanent driving lanes.

Stockport Council has signed a deal with Nutanix to reduce its data centre footprint and move its information to an enterprise cloud solution.

Norwich City Council and Breckland Council have both rejected the proposed East Anglia devolution deal, leaving its future uncertain.

A new report has called on the government to set up a health and social care department to support greater integration.

The National Audit Office (NAO) has warned that the High Speed 2 (HS2) project is facing considerable cost and timing pressures, suggesting that the current timetable is ’unrealistic’.

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